National Senior Games Association Launches New Microsite to Celebrate 30th Anniversary

Site showcases history of premier event; puts 2017 National Senior Games presented by Humana on display

BATON ROUGE, La. (April 3, 2017) – The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) today unveiled a new microsite to honor the 30th Anniversary of the National Senior Games, the world’s largest multi-sport championship event for people ages 50 and over. 

“For the last three decades, the National Senior Games has provided thousands of athletes around the country with unforgettable memories, friendships and competition,” NSGA CEO Marc T. Riker said. “During this special anniversary year, we are thrilled to showcase that history on the new site and enable fans to join the celebration.”

The new site visually showcases the history, stories and profiles of athletes and organizers who have built the competition’s legacy. Features include:

  • Profiles of athletes who have participated in every National Senior Games competition
  • Health and fitness secrets from senior athletes
  • Video profiles and personal anecdotes from top athletes
  • “Vintage” video content from past Games
  • Portal to purchase official 30thAnniversary merchandise

Additionally, the site will connect visitors to active lifestyle content from Humana Inc., presenting sponsor of the National Senior Games since 2007. 

Since the inaugural games in 1987, the National Senior Games has staged 15 biennial competitions featuring more than 131,000 participants. As part of the NSGA’s commitment to creating awareness and participation around the country, competitions have been hosted in 14 different states. Participation has grown to upwards of 10,000 athletes, competing in 19 sports.

The 2017 National Senior Games presented by Humana will be held from June 2-15, 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama.


About the National Senior Games Association

The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) is a nonprofit Multi-Sports Council member of the United States Olympic Committee that promotes health and wellness for adults 50 and over through education, fitness and sport.  NSGA governs the biennial National Senior Games, the largest qualified multi-sport event in the world for seniors. NSGA is comprised of 53 Member Games across the country and in Canada who conduct competitions which serve as qualifying events for the National Senior Games. The 2017 National Senior Games presented by Humana will be held in Birmingham, Alabama from June 2-15, 2017. For more information, please visit

About Humana

Humana Inc., headquartered in Louisville, Ky., is a leading health and well-being company focused on making it easy for people to achieve their best health with clinical excellence through coordinated care. The company’s strategy integrates care delivery, the member experience, and clinical and consumer insights to encourage engagement, behavior change, proactive clinical outreach and wellness for the millions of people we serve across the country.

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